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Pulley Armature SNAPPED OFF! How do i fix this (image link)
Posted by TomL (more from TomL) on Tue, 10 Apr 2018 17:09:15
1999 Saab 93 SE 180,000 miles
I'm not expert at naming all the pulleys, but i *THINK* this little one is the "Idler pulley"? correct me if i'm wrong (it's the upper most one closest to the throttle body / firewall).
Started in driveway, heard a snap pop crackle, and got an alternator / battery light on and no power steering, so i knew i lost my belt, shut off the car, looked at the belt, and yes, it was off alright with the pulley snapped off ... actually the armature that holds the pulley.
Please tell me this is not integrated onto the motor casting but is a separate part one can buy / pull / r&r ??? If so, what is this called, and where do i get it (eEuroparts shows lots of pulleys but not the cast armature shown here -- link below)
Tom, Portland, OR
"Stranded in my Driveway... Branded a fool.... What will they say... Monday at school?"
posted by 24.22.84...
What is this part that holds the pulley?
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